Publisher Natsume has announced the first DLC pack for 3DS game Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley will be arriving January 27 for North America. And as a gift to fans, the publisher has revealed the first DLC pack, which features a number of new outfits and an additional hairstyle, will be free to download. Further DLC packs will be available in the coming months, with more information due soon. Fans will be able to access the new content from the eShop tomorrow. As for Europe, Natsume has yet to pin a specific release date for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley, though it is scheduled for the first quarter of 2015.
Natsume has teased that additional downloadable content for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley will be coming soon. The news was revealed on the company’s official Tumblr blog. Natsume says that the new downloadable content will start to roll out in January, and every month after that until April. Here’s what they had to say.
We’ve been enjoying seeing fans explore the world of the Lost Valley, while we’ve been hard at work creating new content to add to the experience. We hope to begin rolling out the first DLC in January, and every month after that until April. While we’re not revealing what each will be quite yet, but there is a nice variety. Don’t forget to ask Doc to build you a dresser soon.
Thanks, Shuhei Yoshida
Didn’t pre-order Hyrule Warriors, but want the downloadable content that those who pre-ordered received? Well now can get it if you’re in Europe. The three Costume Packs (Ocarina Of Time, Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword) are available to purchase for 0.99€ or around $1.50. The content was previously only available for those who pre-ordered at retailers such as GameStop and Amazon. You can get the three Costume Packs on the European Wii U eShop.
Thanks, Jaison and Dee
Japanese owners of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call should be happy today as they will soon be able to download some additional DLC tracks. The new DLC pack is called 2nd Performance and includes songs from the legendary Secret of Mana and Chrono Trigger. Each of the songs that are available will set Japanese gamers back 150 Yen. There’s 2 free songs to download from Final Fantasy XIV, but they’ll only remain free from December 24th to January 6th.
Today, Ubisoft announced the latest batch of DLC tracks for Just Dance 2015, the newest installment of the leading dance game franchise. The new songs are available now to download on all current and next-gen gaming systems, and include:
- “We Can’t Stop” by Miley Cyrus
- “Funhouse” by P!nk
- “Want U Back” by Cher Lloyd ft. Astro
- “C’mon” by Ke$ha
- “Kiss you” by One Direction
Just Dance 2015 features more than 40 of the hottest tracks and throwback tunes, including “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, “I Love It” by Icona Pop ft. Charli XCX, “Walk This Way” by Run DMC & Aerosmith, and “Bang Bang” by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj.
Ever wanted to see what Link looks like as the Postman from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess? Well you can now, thanks to the Hyrule Warriors Twilight Princess DLC Pack. The downloadable content will be released worldwide on November 27th. As you probably already know Midna will be a playable character in the game and you’ll also be able to dress Zelda up as Ilia from Twilight Princess. Also new to the DLC is a new weapon which is called the Dominion Rod and you’ll also get a brand new adventure map.